Our Procsses

Hospitality is a demanding business, and you need products that can withstand the rigors of your daily events. Having the proper tools to do your job makes all the difference because there is nothing more frustrating than having to settle for products that only fill half of your needs. Your equipment must work hard and look good doing it.

At Isinglass Designs, our goal is to provide you with furniture and displayware that meet our exacting standards and that serve your practical and aesthetic needs. We offer two levels of customization that ensure that you get the perfect finished product.

Standard Customization:

We view our relationship with our customers as a partnership. To that end, we work with you by providing the customization options you need to produce a final product that meets your vision and your operational needs. In short, you make the decisions to create the ideal product for you. Here’s how it works:

Once you select the style that you want to customize, set up a consultation with our designers so we can help walk you through the process as there are a lot of options we need to get just right. Take, for example, our tables: you can opt from a wide variety of tabletops in materials ranging from quartz, wood, glass, and fiber resin. Each tabletop material is available in an enormous array of options and colors. The steel bases are available in a wide range of powder coating colors, stainless steel finishes, and solid woods. You can also decide if you need them to be stationary or mobile and can adjust the dimensions so that they are exactly what you need them to be.

Bespoke Pieces:

If you find that none of our available styles are quite right for you, we also offer the ability to create bespoke furniture and displayware that is custom-made to fit your exact vision. Whether you already have an idea drawn up and want some help ironing out the details, or need help creating something entirely new, you can set up a consultation with a member of our team who will help you navigate the decision-making process. Because bespoke pieces necessitate extensive coordination between our designers, craftspeople, and manufacturers, a design fee will serve as a partial deposit. That design fee will later be absorbed into the total order once your project moves to production.